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review 2017-06-23 17:59
Blaze (Galaxy Alien Mail Order Brides #3) by Michelle M. Pillow Review
Blaze (Galaxy Alien Mail Order Brides) (Volume 3) - Michelle M. Pillow

Sev (aka Blaze) isn't looking for commitment, but there is no way in hell he's letting his brother go to Earth to search for a woman by himself. He's prepared to yank the idiot out of every jailhouse and ice cream parlor (don't ask) if he has to. It wouldn't be the first time. He can handle a good fight. But what this alpha isn't prepared for was the hardheaded beauty determined to follow him home.

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This is the last book about two Alien brothers and one cousin from a mining planet who come to Vegas the way we might pretending we are interested in a condo to get a vacation. In their case it is pretending to being looking for brides.

 

I love me some Science Fiction Romance Mail Order Mate fun and even though this one dodges the trope because they are pretending, it is fun romp.

 

This last book in features the most serious brother and is less slapstick. The romance is fast and the tale a bit short but it is a good ride.

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review 2017-06-09 14:12
Spark (Galaxy Alien Mail Order Brides, #1) by Michelle M. Pillow Review
Spark (Galaxy Alien Mail Order Brides) (Volume 1) - Michelle M. Pillow

Mining ash on a remote planet where temperatures reach hellish degrees doesn't leave Kal (aka Spark) much room for dating. Lucky for this hard-working man, a new corporation Galaxy Alien Mail Order Brides is ready to help him find the girl of his dreams. Does it really matter that he lied on his application and really isn’t looking for long term, but rather some fast action?  Earth women better watch out. Things are about to heat up.

 

 

Review

 

This first book in the series is a lot of silly fun. The hero is a sweetheart. I like a sweetheart hero. The humor is slapstick but if you are in the mood for a little awkward hot alien meets earth woman in Vegas, this is a good pick.

 

Let the romp begin!

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review 2017-05-19 15:21
Flame (Galaxy Alien Mail Order Brides #2) by Michelle M. Pillow Review
Flame (Galaxy Alien Mail Order Brides) (Volume 2) - Michelle M. Pillow

Vin (aka Flame) can't believe he's in yet another holding cell. Stupid Earthlings wouldn't know fun if it bit them in the hindquarters. Speaking of fun, the hot little number who claims she's a guard at the jail has been making his body respond in ways he's very happy about. If only she'd get on board with the plan and help him escape back to his ship. First she'd have to believe he's an alien. Right now she's taken to thinking he's crazy. 

 

Review

 

This is my favorite of the three books in this little Aliens come to Earth for a vacation trilogy.

 

The heroine is dedicated to family and works hard. The hero is sweet and steadfast as well as hot. What he says about love is great.

 

There is slapstick fun and a lot of running around that ends with a grand gesture that anyone would swoon over. Good stuff.

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review 2016-10-06 11:01
Spark by Michelle M. Pillow
Spark: Galaxy Alien Mail Order Brides (Intergalactic Dating Agency) - Michelle M. Pillow

Kal has tricked his cousins, Vin and Sev, into signing up with the Galaxy Mail Order Brides Agency. Well, he’s forged their signatures, but they’re already on their way to Earth, so there’s no turning back. Kal wants to meet a woman, have some fun, and make memories that will keep him company when he’s alone again, back on his home planet, mining ash.

But Kal, Earth name Spark, didn’t count with the strange reluctance of Earthling woman he’s encountered. They can’t seem to run fast enough away from him, despite his honesty. Then there’s the one who told him honesty must come in smaller doses...And then disappeared with a cryptic remark about Fate. He doesn’t know this Fate person, but he’s determined to find him if it’ll help him find the woman again. Everything on this backward planet is strange, from the mating rituals to the language, but he’s determined to master it all, if it means finding her.


This one started promising. The first two chapters, concentrating on the “separate entities” of the hero (and his two cousins) and heroine were good, but it all went downhill pretty fast as soon as the two worlds collided.

The hero sounded and acted like an idiot. I know they’re supposed to be from another planet and the cultural differences are enormous, but still, an intelligent being learns to adapt and seeks multiple sources of knowledge, not just porn and male-stripper videos. Or maybe that’s just what I would do.
The heroine turned into a bimbo the moment she laid eyes on the hero, and every attempt at making her not appear shallow (like her background and her charity fork or whatever the hell she did) fell flat, and only made her appear like the one-dimensional character that she was.

The suspense, if you could call it that, felt rather redundant. Almost as if it were added just to create additional conflict and increase the page-count, while also offering an easy, rather deus ex machina solution to the heroine’s skepticism.

The entire story felt redundant, actually. No depth, no personality to the characters and no chemistry between them, it felt like it was written as an afterthought by someone with very little time.

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